If you don't believe until you see it, take this test:http://dslr-kleinanzeigen.de/Tools/EyeResolution/
This shows a number of pattern on the screen, especially horizontal stripes on the right. Go as far back on your screen until you don't see the stripes anymore. Then it's the right distance for the resolution. I need to back off nearly 2m from my 24" HD screen, and 4m from my 55" HD screen in the living room - that's fine, it's a living room TV. But the rest is just pathetic. Even 4k on a 24" HD screen would not be quite good enough.
People out there who are making monitors, and have no troubles to make a 5" pentile HD device (the current 45° rotated bayer pattern from Samsung is ok, our eyes only focus on green, and have too much chromatic aberation for the other colors), please, do that for larger screens! My GPU has a teraflops, it should have no troubles dealing with 10 million pixels, this is still more than 1000 flops per pixel and refresh. Maybe I need more than one cable, but cables are cheap.
Our (geek humans) eyes are eagle eyes. Our brains are even better than eagle brains, which matters for the post-processing. And what do you give us? Screens made for pigs and frogs!
I hoped that Apples rrMBP would trigger a wave of "me-too" good screen laptops, but so far, only the CB Pixel rivals it. Hey dudes at Samsung: Apple can't patent high resolution (ok, maybe they can, after all, it's the USPTO ;-)! Just go for it!